How AWS can conquer enterprise IT's resistance to public clouds

November 27, 2012
The Folded-Arm Gang of IT naysayers can be helped along to adopting cloud computing with two basic steps
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Cloud computing: The semi-secret economic equalizer

November 20, 2012
Businesses in developing countries are enjoying advantages of cloud computing -- perhaps to better effect than domestic firms
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Defining the elusive cloud architect

November 16, 2012
These four criteria will help you find -- or become -- the person who will make cloud computing work in your business
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3 steps to a cloud database strategy that works

November 14, 2012
It's time to make a path to the clouds for some of your business data. Here's how
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The U.S. government's cloud mandate loses steam

November 09, 2012
Once a leader in cloud computing, the government has fallen behind much of the tech world in cloud adoption
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It's hosting, dammit: Fed up with fake cloud providers

November 06, 2012
Increasingly, CIOs can discern between mere hosting providers and true cloud services, but the cloudwashing persists
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Microsoft needs to step up its cloud game

November 02, 2012
Microsoft is making real progress in move to cloud computing, but it's not leading -- while Amazon, Apple, and Google are
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Cloud computing will save us from the zombie apocalypse

October 31, 2012
Two events draw nigh: the move to cloud computing and the rise of the dead. Here's how one will save us from the other
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The lesson from the Amazon outage: It's time to layer the cloud

October 25, 2012
If cloud services were layered architecturally, providers would be able to better contain the effects of failure on the critical services
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It came from the cloud! 3 terrors lurking in wait

October 23, 2012
In the Halloween season, not all scares are in good fun, but you can escape these cloud computing frights
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